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A Raspberry Pi Zero camera case with with snap on back plate. This was designed as part of an OctoPrint project for the Felix 3D printer.
With the case and back plate printed insert the Pi camera as shown in the picture below.
Fully seat the camera making sure the camera lens passes through its hole and the board is being retained by all four clips. You may need to push the clips to the side in order to slide the camera board past them.
Next, attach the 38mm camera ribbon cable.
Place the Raspberry Pi in the case, securing it with the snap-in back plate.
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